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RDC : Schneider Electric forme aux métiers de l’électricité à Lubumbashi

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Le groupe Schneider Electric lance dès janvier prochain un programme de formation aux métiers de l’électricité à Lubumbashi. 500 électriciens seront formés d’ici 2020 dans une région en manque de main-d’œuvre qualifiée.

Riche en matières premières, la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) connaît un développement économique depuis plusieurs années. C’est notamment le cas dans la province du Haut-Katanga, connue pour être le poumon industriel et minier du pays. La région souffre pourtant d’un déficit en infrastructures et en compétences notamment dans la filière électrique. C’est dans ce contexte que le groupe français Schneider Electric lancera en janvier 2019 une formation aux métiers de l’électricité au sein du Centre de formation professionnelle de Mwapusukeni (CFPM), à Lubumbashi.

Un brevet d’aptitude professionnel

« Il y a un sérieux problème de main d’œuvre chez les miniers sur place, explique Didier Chika, responsable développement chez Schneider. Ils sont souvent contraints de faire appel à une main d’œuvre extérieure pour répondre aux besoins en installations et en matériels électriques. C’est pourquoi on se spécialise dans l’électricité du bâtiment ».

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Après avoir lancé en 2017 plusieurs filières de formation professionnelle dans la construction métallique et la mécanique automobile, Schneider Electric et le Centre de Formation Professionnelle de Mwapusukeni (CFPM) à Lubumbashi viennent de concevoir un programme de formation qualifiant dans la filière énergie. Le programme intitulé « électricité du bâtiment » dure un an et s’articule autour de six mois de cours et six mois de stages en entreprise chez des partenaires du groupe tels que la SNEL ou Caterpillar. Il permet de décrocher un brevet d’aptitude professionnel reconnu localement.

On s’adresse à tous. Les seuls prérequis, c’est savoir lire, écrire et avoir de petites notions en électricité. »

En parallèle, un module certifiant en installation et maintenance de système solaire sera également mis en place sur une période de quatre mois. « On aime le professionnalisme du CFPM et la qualité de leurs autres formations, assure Diane Le Goff, manager chez Schneider. C’est pour cette raison qu’on a décidé de collaborer pour développer une filière électricité au sein de ce centre ».

80 % des apprenants sont issues de milieux défavorisés

Côté pédagogique, des experts du groupe français sont récemment venus de Belgique pour valider les contenus des cours et former les six formateurs du centre sur les référentiels et autres matériels. Schneider Electric fournit également des équipements, à l’instar des bornes didactiques, des panneaux solaires, des batteries ou encore des contrôleurs de charge.

L’alternance va leur permettre de se mettre en condition et de créer un réseau pour trouver un emploi ou s’installer à leur compte ».

Côté admission, nul besoin d’un diplôme en particulier. « On s’adresse à tous, poursuit Didier Chika. Les seuls prérequis, c’est savoir lire, écrire et avoir de petites notions en électricité. L’objectif est de répondre aux besoins du marché en permettant à près de 500 jeunes, dont 80 % issus de milieux défavorisés, d’accéder à une formation au métier d’électricien d’ici 2020 ».

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Recrutement en cours pour la première promotion

À terme, Schneider prévoit d’adapter ce programme aux contraintes de chaque région. Ses équipes organisent régulièrement des missions de terrain du Sénégal à la Tanzanie afin de pointer des besoins en maintenance industrielle. « Étant donné les besoins de la région du Haut-Katanga en électriciens qualifiés, les débouchés sont assurés », estime Didier Chika. Et Diane Le Goff d’ajouter : « Le CFPM a un bureau qui aidera les jeunes vers l’insertion professionnelle. L’alternance va leur permettre de se mettre en condition et de créer un réseau pour trouver un emploi ou s’installer à leur compte ». La première promotion (70 étudiants), dont le recrutement est toujours en cours, doit démarrer les cours en janvier prochain.

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Department : EXTERNAL RELATIONS, ADVOCACY AND COMMUNICATIONS (ERAC) Location : Nairobi, Kenya Responsible to : Lead Specialist: Grants Management, Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation Closing date: 10th August 2021 1. JOB PURPOSE This is a key entry-level role within the external relations, advocacy, and communications portfolio. Amongst other key tasks, the postholder will contribute to ensuring that the International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region Office’s (IPPF ARO) External Relations, Advocacy and Communication (ERAC) Department strategically competes and wins bids and tenders that will support the delivery of IPPF ARO’s mandate. The postholder will work under the supervision of the Lead Specialist: Grants Management, Partnerships and Resource Mobilisation, together with the Specialist: Donors Relations and Partnership Building, and the Specialist: Grants Management. S/he will support resource mobilization and grants management, including the development and writing of project proposals, budgets, narrative and financial reports, contributing to the production of quality and timely funding proposals, donor reports, and other external communication materials. The postholder will be part of IPPF Youth Professionals Program (YPP); through which the IPPF ARO provides a unique opportunity to persons aged between 24 and 32 years, and who are nationals of an African country, to start a professional career within the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and in other areas relevant to IPPF. 2. KEY TASK a) Support the development of high-quality proposals to be submitted both to institutional donors and to trusts and foundations, and especially lead on budget development. b) Support procurement processes, especially with regards to the recruitment of external consultants. c) Conduct desk-research, write situational analyses and prepare relevant information as needed, to respond to bid opportunities. d) Support grants management, keeping track of reporting and contributing to narrative and financial reports. e) Overseeing administrative functions for the team, such as invoicing, accounting, reporting, etc., to ensure successful execution of grant processes. f) Undertake any other responsibilities which are commensurate with a role of this nature, which have been discussed and agreed with the line manager; and g) Uphold the values, ethics and culture of IPPF ARO and be an ambassador for the Federation. 3. PERSON SPECIFICATION EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
  • The postholder must be a national of an African country and between 24 and 32 years old at the date of application.
  • A Bachelor's Degree in a relevant area for the post is essential. A Master's Degree is desirable.
  • Fluency in English and French with excellent oral and written communication skills in both languages is essential.
  • A minimum of one year of work experience relevant to the job description i.e., in the fields of finance, resource mobilization, grants management, advocacy or health - in particular aspects of sexual and reproductive health and rights -, is desirable.
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  • Experience of studying or working outside of the home country is an advantage.
  • Willingness to work in multicultural environments and ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs. The post holder must show tolerance and acceptance of different views and opinions.
  • Willing to work outside standard office hours as required.
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  • Essential: Good budgeting and financial skills.
  • Essential: Discretion in handling confidential information.
  • Desirable: A rights-based, gender-sensitive approach.
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